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    I learned something today. When ur bored and something seems like its a good idea, its usualy not.....dont shave ur armpits guys


    Anyone else have one of those "im bored" experiences?
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    lol, I've honestly been thinking about that a couple times at work, I build decks and fences in my non union time and wear alot of sleeveless shirts and just thought it would be kind to others, and more breathy haha.
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    OK, I understand that to some this is an odd subject for men, but I have been shaving mine for a couple years now. It really makes a difference as far as "pitting out" your white undershirts. I have naturally sweated alot since high school and it makes a huge difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vncj96 View Post
    OK, I understand that to some this is an odd subject for men, but I have been shaving mine for a couple years now. It really makes a difference as far as "pitting out" your white undershirts. I have naturally sweated alot since high school and it makes a huge difference.
    its sooooooo itchy tho >.<
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    18in American Racing atx series thug's with 33 inch BFG A/T's
    N-Fab Nerf steps
    Blacked out rear wheel wells
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    Your doing it wrong then, use the womans razor blades, no itch no burn nothing. Use Mitchum it doesnt burn at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCal Chevy View Post
    I learned something today. When ur bored and something seems like its a good idea, its usualy not.....dont shave ur armpits guys


    Anyone else have one of those "im bored" experiences?
    My wife wants to know if you took a picture so she can critique your shaving ability as a man. lol

    As far for me, I think every guy has done it at least once in their life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adidasboy918 View Post
    My wife wants to know if you took a picture so she can critique your shaving ability as a man. lol

    As far for me, I think every guy has done it at least once in their life.
    haha no i didnt and i dnt plan on taking any pics. it looks pretty clean and its not red or anything, it just itches like hell. especially wen im wearing a t shirt
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    N-Fab Nerf steps
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    Pro Comp Leveling kit
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCal Chevy View Post
    haha no i didnt and i dnt plan on taking any pics. it looks pretty clean and its not red or anything, it just itches like hell. especially wen im wearing a t shirt
    my wife says to put just a little bit of babypowder on your pits to help with the itching or you'll most likely start getting a shaving rash.
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    I've been shaving my armpits since sophomore year in high school. I just got done shaving in the shower and got on the computer and saw this and couldn't stop laughing. I shave my legs, arms, chest, puts, etc. It really does make a huge difference, especially in South Louisiana!
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    This might be one of the oddest threads I have been a part of, but its good for a laugh. I use the wifes Intuition razor and it works great, never a rash!
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